LA Festival Logline: Things Unseen, by Michael Miller

Genre: Mystery Suspense

There is only one way to tell if a ghost or a spirit is lying…

A young couple move into a new home only to find out that years ago a suicide took place there. Through dreams and apparitions, the deceased ghost or spirit, tells them it was actually murdered. The couple finds evidence they need to convict the murderer and peace returns to their home. Years later, hours before the death penalty is to be carried out against the murderer, the ghost returns and they realize it deceived them. Now, they must race the clock to try to save an innocent man.
Similar to: What Lies Beneath, Dream House, & The Sixth Sense

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COMEDY Feature Screenplay: The Redneck and The Robot, by Michael Miller

Opposites attract despite opposition, when a roughneck cowboy falls in love with a robot, but can she love him back?

A widowed rancher can’t find love in West Texas. When a friend suggests a female, robatic companion he orders one. The beautiful, humanoid is better than he imagined. He teaches her how to act like a Texan, she helps him around the ranch and he falls in love with her. When a team of military contractors show up to take her back, they head for the hills. Surrounded, she becomes a weapon, who fires on their enemy and they escape. But leaving the area, a predator drone attacks. She saves him at the cost of her own life, so it seems…

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Writer Biography

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Originally from L.A., I frequent there often, but have lived in Kauai, Hawaii since the 70’s, where I own and publish (with a team of six employees), four successful visitor magazines and web sites (see I have 30 years of experience in writing, publishing, promotions and marketing.